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All reviewshotel is conveniently situatedbusy restaurantexposed beamspub settinggrade iibeautiful villageexcellent hoteltop floornext morningfull englishstayed here for one nightmodern hotelcouple of nightslovely roomnight's sleepcooked breakfastbreakfast was excellent
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Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

An extremely warm welcome, great staff, lovely comfortable room with everything I needed, especially the all important cup of tea and biscuits after a long journey. The hotel is set in a beautiful village and I Will happily be staying again.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled on business
Thank _kikih4
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Reviewed 30 June 2017

POSITIVES -
*Convenient location. *New décor, making attractive use of old features. *Friendly staff. *Tasty, freshly cooked breakfast.

NEGATIVES-
*Secluded parking. (We parked on road outside the shops.) *Shower in our room either scalding hot or freezing cold. Couldn't select hair washing attachment (seized up). Also water leaked from mixer taps. Staff did thank us for letting them know about the faulty shower.

Room Tip: Lapley room is at the back of the hotel and was quiet.
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Bel555
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Reviewed 21 June 2017 via mobile

This is a well renovated village hotel with modern well appointed rooms and a contemporary grill and restaurant. What should have been a pleasant business stay was spoiled by a few small but significant issues. My room was at the top of the hotel up some very narrow and steep stairs. These were not an issue to me but for anybody less mobile or with a big suitcase they could be a problem. In the room the toilet seat was broken and the shower tray did not drain. The bigger issue was the very poor wifi signal. I had to go to another pub in the evening just to catch up with e mails! My final issue was the breakfast. It consisted of orange juice, no choice. Coco pops rice crispies or cornflakes and four cooked options. If you want fruit,croissants, bread or muesli for breakfast you will be disappointed. They ask that if you have issues you should speak to the staff. I did but there wasn't very much interest. All in all I think there is better value to be had for the £80 that they charged for a single room

Stayed: June 2017, travelled on business
Thank Les D
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Reviewed 17 June 2017

The Lion in Brewood is a recently renovated, spotless very old hotel with a staff that strives to be as friendly and helpful as they can. It is located in the very heart of this very charming village. Our room at the very top had exposed rough wooden beams tied together with a wooden peg. A considerable amount of storage space was provided. The bathroom was quite modern. The queen-sized bed was comfortable enough to get a good night's sleep. The towels were enormous. Breakfast, included, was good. But the devil was in the details. To get to the room necessitated navigating several flights of a tight spiral staircase. This necessitated my dragging our 50 lb. suitcase up those steps. The only person available to help with baggage was a slight though plucky young woman. And what if we were handicapped. There was no warning when making reservations. The shower stall drain was very slow, resulting in a near flood while showering. The toilet seat not only was very loose, IT DID NOT FIT THE BOWL, resulting in at least one unfortunate circumstance. The little glass convenience shelf was loosely anchored to the wall resulting in a tilt downward so that things tended to slide off. The maid did not replenish our little bottle of shower gel. The dramatic wooden beam was a dust collector. No USB ports, though numerous electric outlets. Wi-Fi was defective but we were able to fix it from our end. You don't go to a place like the Lion exoecting a Holiday Inn experience. But they could do much better with a little more attention to details.

Room Tip: Lower floor
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank AKM4755
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Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

Excellent hotel
Very friendly staff
Excellent management
Nice atmosphere
Comfortable rooms
Definitely recommended
Beautiful friendly village worth a walk around
Quaint pathways lead to numerous little shops and pubs
Take a trip to canal and have a drink outside whilst basking in the peace and tranquillity of the area

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Phil D
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